Core Invest Institute | Life After Learning About Investing
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Everything starts from the beginning.

Investing is essential to good money management because it ensures both present and future financial security. Not only do you end up with more money in the bank, but you also end up with another income stream. Investing is the only way to achieve both growing wealth and passive income.

I want to share how some friends that are growing their bank account from the stocks and options market

Watch the video below:

Jeremy Tan

I started investing since 10 years ago in 2010 right after serving my national service. This is because I wanted to spend more time with my family. Investing and aiming for financial freedom, allows me to have more freedom in doing what I like as well.

This path is largely influenced by my father, who worked his whole life to feed my family of 7. Due to Dot.com Financial Crisis, my dad was forced to work overseas as the company he worked at discontinued in Singapore. Since then, my dad spent very little time with me and my family due to his job.

After National Service, I spent my hard earned money from part time jobs to go for self-development courses in entrepreneurship and investing. I found out that there are many “Nice” trainers out there, whom are good at motivating people, but when it comes to real content, little to non. These “nice” trainers did well in personal branding and marketing, and most people attend their courses, end up unable to start a business or invest by themselves.

I decided to step up in 2017, in the journey to close the gap of the investing public and the stock market, by sharing investing strategies, real good valued content and little to no motivation elements in my program.

~ Jeremy Tan

I have been in corporate healthcare industry for 28 years and mostly in regional Asia Pacific work. I invested in stocks 25 years ago and started with 15% ROI and was happy with it. Due to career development I didn’t have much time, I started to move into mutual funds but took much longer time with lower growth. Later I went into structured notes for higher ROI but came with higher sales charge.

I went into semi retirement few years back and got serious with Options trading which has been very profitable with 140% ROI in 6 months. Started sharing with my friends as a hobby, I discovered many people would benefit from this opportunity but we got to teach it smart, safe and responsibly. Later with Jeremy, we joined forces to build an extensive Stocks and Options multi-level curriculum with step-by-step all-you-need SOPs and risk management techniques. Today we have made so many friends in our trading community and together we embark on CSR projects to help and support the less fortunate …

~ Waimin Foo

Waimin Foo

There are two categories, either you are an investor or a trader.

Investor

The investor has to develop an investment mindset if he is serious about investing. The investor should stay invested for a long period of time for the returns to compound.

The investor should look at long term strategies, emphasis on strong fundamentals and hold for a longer period of time.

Trader

Traders often have to think fast and make quick decisions, darting in and out of stocks on short notice. To accomplish this, they need a certain presence of mind. They also need the discipline to stick with their own trading plans and know when to book profits and losses. Emotions simply can’t get in the way.

The Trader uses short term strategies, emphasis on technical analysis, and trade from intraday to weekly period of time.

Who you want to be? Let me share some of my experience.

I am both an investor and trader in this 10 year journey. I started out as a value investor, and now due to the market, I have changed to be a “CORE” investor (Always update to the latest strategy to suit the market).

It depends on your portfolio, how you want to manage it, how do you want to grow it. I allocate half of my money into long term growth stocks, while the other half, I used it for trading for quick profits.

However, one of the most important factor, is to invest or trade in good companies.

This is because, predictively, if they are good and strong companies, the market will reward it, therefore market price will move up, and doing bullish strategies, work most of the time.

Just look at Apple Inc. at the below image… your chances of losing money is significantly reduced.

To Round Off

Therefore, whether you choose to invest or trade, you have to know what you are doing. If you took a college degree or any other education, and spend 9-5pm to work to make money from your business or career, it means that we also need to spend time and effort to learn to invest as you are also making money in the stock market.